Steven Druker's second lecture was presented on September 21st, 2016 at Cornell University, titled "Why 'Bioengineering' is really Biohacking".
This talk was dedicated to comparing two distinct fields: genetic engineering and computer software engineering.
Steven asserts that, when compared to the rigorous standards applied to life-critical software engineering, genetic engineering is essentially a "hack-job".
Although biological life and molecular genetics are intrinsically and exponentially more complex than comparably simple man-made software systems, genetic engineers have applied their work with much less care, rigor, and scientific integrity.
Again, his book Altered Genes, Twisted Truth goes in-depth on this fascinating comparison.